The Instagram app for Android, which has been released just a few hours ago, has already received its very first update. This very useful app has been looked-forward-to since a very long time. Now, this update gives users bug fixes for common camera-related crashes, which Android users have been reporting over a period of time. While this is great news for all Android smartphone, it still looks like Instagram will have that extra mile to travel before it can be deemed as completely satisfactory.
Apparently, users of the HTC One X have complained that this app does not work to address the problem on their particular devices. Instagram has responded, saying that the camera in the said phone is unsupported by the system.
The Instagram app for Android is a free app, which offers the user several photo effects that they can try out on their mobile photos. It also offers them sharing options on popular social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Tumblr and more; plus the benefit of following friends’ updated photos, all with the single click of a button.
Offering both front and back camera support, this app works with Android 2.2 and later versions that are compatible with OpenGL ES 2. This app enables users to take both stills and videos with their built-in smartphone camera. They can also access fine location sources such as GPS, as and when this feature is available on their mobile device. Further, the Instagram app also lets you write, modify and delete contents via USB and SD card.